Luceo's innovative monitoring and real-time data capabilities were featured in the Australian Financial Review. Along with insights from our partners at Thinxtra and the Energy Efficiency Council, Luceo's Chief Technology Officer Adrian Knack shared some impressive insights about the value of Luceo's technology for homeowners. “If you have a life-support customer and that area has [...]
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At Redback, we are lucky to work with the Australian Power Institute (API) to facilitate summer internships, an experience that has proven to be enriching for both students and Redback. Our latest intern is Cameron Woodley, a third-year student at the University of Queensland, working towards a rigorous 5-year dual degree. With a [...]
As part of our key involvement as the lead applicant on Project Shield, Luceo has been featured in The Australian Financial Review. Click the link in the LinkedIn post below to read the full article.
We're excited to be featured in this month's edition of Energy Source & Distribution magazine, discussing how Luceo is proud to be at the cutting edge of the transition to a cleaner, safer, more efficient future. It's a great read about how we're creating analytics for the energy network of tomorrow. Read full article here [...]
Luceo's CEO Patrick Gavin Matweew was featured on Seven Network's Queensland news last night as part of Project Shield, made possible by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency. Aiming to make Australia's power grid smarter, as more and more Australian homes install rooftop solar, Luceo are proud to be working alongside GridQube, Energy Queensland, The [...]
A new platform will compile data in real time to allow electricity distributors to better manage energy from behind-the-meter assets. Queensland energy data specialists luceo Energy are developing software to help electricity distributors manage consumer-owned devices across low voltage networks. The project aims to gather the data needed to assess how much consumer-owned energy can safely [...]
We're excited to be working with TasNetworks and the University of Technology Sydney on this project to explore the benefits of microgrids in areas with low solar resources in Tasmania. While it is well known that Tasmania is a renewable powerhouse, solar uptake is low compared to the rest of Australia, and a number [...]
Electricity network operators currently have no visibility over what’s happening on the household to household level of the grid. In the past, they really haven’t needed to. You can easily calculate traffic on a one way street. But today, with one in five Australian homes exporting electricity into the network from their rooftop solar, [...]
Together with Ergon Energy, Energex, Essential Energy, GridQube and The University of Queensland, as part of Project Shield, luceo is tackling one of the biggest obstacles on the road towards more Distributed Energy Resources (DER), especially rooftop solar: what level of measurement data should be acquired to allow for an accurate assessment on how [...]
luceo responsible for 20,000 sensors that show what’s happening along Queensland network’s poles and wiresBen2023-04-12T15:13:10+10:00
A project by Luceo Energy that shows the effect of solar exports on the grid is expected to help the network owner target investment in capacity. As solar exports continue to flow off rooftops and cause hotspots of instability within distribution networks, the owners of those poles and wires can be frustrated by how [...]